People walk in Times Square on mid-term election day in Manhattan, New York, the US, on November 6 2018. Picture: REUTERS/CAITLIN OCHS
People walk in Times Square on mid-term election day in Manhattan, New York, the US, on November 6 2018. Picture: REUTERS/CAITLIN OCHS

In less than three weeks, the Americans will head to the polls to decide if Donald Trump will secure a second presidential term or if Joe Biden will be the new head of state. Either way, where will that leave SA’s relationship with the US?

To find out Business Day TV spoke to Wits University’s John Stremlau.

Wits University's John Stremlau talks to Business Day TV about how the US election may impact SA

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